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The Maltese Bippy (1969)

A man buys a house and comes to believe that not only is the house haunted by werewolves, but a family of vampires lives next door.

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Director: Hal Kanter
Stars: Dan Rowan, Dick Martin, Martha Hyer
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Sam Smith
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Ernest Grey
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Robin Sherwood
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Carlotta Ravenswood
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Molly Fletcher
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Mischa Ravenswood
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Lt. Tim Crane
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Dr. Charles Strauss
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Sgt. Kelvaney
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Axel Kronstadt
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Adolph Springer
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Helga
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Joanna Clay
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Sam Smith is forced to move into the run down Flushing, New York house of his entertainment business partner Ernest Grey after they are evicted from their offices for making pornographic movies and losing all their money and equipment in the process. Ernie originally bought the house on Sam's ill-advice of the property soon being expropriated for a highway, which never happened. Further adding to the house's lack of appeal is that it is located next to a cemetery. As Ernie tries to sell the house, which is run by his devoted but exasperated housekeeper Molly Fletcher who hates Sam, he rents out rooms in it. As soon as Sam moves in, strange occurrences happen in the neighborhood, including a mutilated body being found in the cemetery, and one of their neighbors, Mrs. Potter, being attacked by a howling man. Ernie's new physician, Dr. Charles Strauss, believes that Ernie's developing symptoms, including a need to howl, points to him turning into a werewolf, which may explain the ravaged... Written by Huggo

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18 June 1969 (USA)  »

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Maudie Prickett's final feature film performance. See more »

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Molly Fletcher: Oh. Sorry.
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The Maltese Bippy is Dan Rowan and Dick Martin's second feature...11 years after their first and it turned out to be their very last!
30 January 2017 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Before I watched this on YouTube, I saw segments on the site of the only previous movie that starred the comedy team of Dan Rowan and Dick Martin-Once Upon a Horse from 1958. What I saw there wasn't very funny though I'll wait until I've seen the whole thing before I review it here. This second one-which they made 11 years later-is mostly lame to the point that I was ready to give this one star...until the scene in which the Julie Newmar character convinces Rowan that she can turn into a dog before a dog shows up before Dan comes back. The ending scene involving lots of shooting was also pretty amusing. Otherwise, I was bemused by how lame most of the punchlines were. Maybe it should have had some cameos from the co-stars of their "Laugh-In" TV show from that time like Ruth Buzzi, Arte Johnson, or Goldie Hawn who herself was making her first starring picture called Cactus Flower during this time. Verdict: The Maltese Bippy is nice to look at, but nothing worth talking about otherwise.


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